Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has warned politicians of engaging into 2022 politics.
While speaking during the Kameme Tv’s Arahuka Show, Kabogo said that section of politicians in the region have started early campaigns in preparations for 2022.
“I would like them to know this, Mount Kenya votes aren’t for sale, this issue of hoving from one burial to another during weekends should end, its time to work for the people,2021 will come and you will be free to campaign,” he said.
The Ex-governor further said that the politics of succession has given rise to massive corruption in the Country as politician seek money to travel from one region to another.
Last week during the burial of John De’Mathew, Kabogo also warned deputy president William Ruto and opposition leader Raila Odinga of spreading hatred among their supporters.
The outspoken politician threatened to marshall up support from Jubilee supporters to arrest the corrupt leaders from their offices.
“We will arrest these guys and do what it deserves to them, we will put them in a dustbin as they are the source of all the problems that we have, “Kabogo said.
“The money involved in the graft is moved through banks. Why can’t we trace the money and let people explain it? just wait and see how the procurement officers will be arrested,” he said.